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Flight Training - Fly for a career or just for fun... our Flight Training section is a great place to start. Find, research and contact over 1,800 flight training schools listed by Country, State, and City. Find resources to help you pay for school. Contact schools for more information. You've been thinking about it... now make it happen!
A&P Aircraft Mechanic Schools - FAA licensed aviation maintenance technicians (A&Ps) are in high demand and are needed in a variety of industries including major and regional airline operations, corporate fleet maintenance, helicopter operations, and general aviation. Discover which aircraft mechanic school is right for you!
VA-Approved GI-Bill Schools - Our newest section features a list of VA-approved flight schools, helicopter schools, A&P mechanic schools, and aircraft dispatcher schools that are approved to offer Post-9/11 GI-Bill, Montgomery GI-Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program, and more. Use your GI-Bill benefits to launch your aviation career!
Helicopter Training -
One of the hottest new careers in aviation, professional helicopter pilots fly a variety of missions including oil rig operations, search and rescue, news and photography, law enforcement, firefighting, and more. Check out over 500 schools on our helicopter training pages.
Flight Dispatcher Training -
In flight dispatcher school you'll learn to prepare flight plans, weather briefings, flight routes, fuel requirements and more. Flight dispatchers work alongside the captain. And guess what? Most flight dispatchers are required to fly in the cockpit as part of the job. Now's the time... go for it!
Air Traffic Controller Training -
As an air traffic controller, you'll be primarily responsible for maintaining separation between and guiding aircraft to and from airports. Demand is strong for these highly trained and well paid positions. Find out if you've got what it takes by contacting one of our ATC schools!
Aviation & Airport Management Degrees - Check out our new Aviation Management Degrees and Airport Management Degrees. You can prepare for a career in many types of operations including aviation maintenance, aiport operations, and even local administration of aiports. Some programs are even offered online.
Avionics Technician Training - Get your hands on the latest cockpit technology. These avionics schools will enable you to work on the latest gear. It's an exciting time in aviation technology, with glass cockpits, ADS-B, GPS, and fully-intergrated systems dominating all new aircraft designs. Train for a rewarding career in avionics!
Flight Instructor Jobs -
Aviation experts agree... we're in for one of the largest pilot hiring booms in history during the next ten years. To meet demand, flight schools and academies are hiring flight instructors now. If you're a flight instructor with current licenses and ratings, check out our flight instructor jobs here!
International Flight Training Schools -
These schools specialize in training non-US students. Vast access to open airspace, abundant flight training schools, and relatively low fuel and instruction costs make the United States a favorite destination for aspiring pilots worldwide. Contact these schools for more info.
IFR Training -
After earning your private or commercial license, the next step for you is the instrument rating, which allows you to fly in the clouds or takeoff in less than VFR weather. If you're interested in flying for living, you'll need your instrument rating. Most pilots will tell you it's the toughest rating you'll ever earn. Are you up to the challenge?
Multi Engine Training - Ready to move up to a twin? Start here with our multi engine rating school listings. Multi ratings require about 8 hours of dual instruction and a checkride from a designated FAA examiner. Most schools require a Private Pilot or Commercial Pilot certificate to begin training, and you'll need a current medical too.
Seaplane Rating Schools - A seaplane rating course combines many of your previous skills like stick & rudder work, tailwheel experience, boating knowledge, and of course local conditions for the air work. Whether you want to fly straight floats, amphibs, or a flying boat, these schools can prepare you for your FAA seaplane rating check ride.
Sport Pilot Training -
Yeah, we know your type... you can't help but look up when you hear a plane fly over. So quit wishing and start flying! The Sport Pilot license allows you to fly for fun in modern, efficient single engine aircraft without an FAA medical for about half the cost of traditional training. Research and contact our sport pilot schools today!
Time Building Courses -
Employers usually hire pilots with high total flight time, and multi-engine time building is the holy grail for aspiring commercial or airline pilots. If you want to fly as a career you'll need to build as much multi-engine time as possible. Find out how these programs can save you money on time!
Jet Transition -
Applicants for regional airline or corporate pilot jobs will have an advantage over their counterparts if they've completed jet transition training. Jet transition courses are only offered at a few schools. In addition, many pilots will need to complete helicopter turbine transition training to move up. Get the competitive edge!
Type Rating Training -
Aircraft with gross takeoff weights above 12,500 lbs. and all jet aircraft require a Type Rating. Students needing a type rating can expect to attend specialized type rating training using flight simulators or the actual aircraft. Don't delay getting typed... you may miss a job opportunity!